Thursday media watch [13.12.12]: Weimann in focus
Sky Sports: Andreas Weimann is happy to be giving manager Paul Lambert a selection headache after helping Aston Villa through to the Capital One Cup semi-finals on Tuesday night.
Birmingham Mail: Paul Lambert reckons Andi Weimann is benefitting from a spell out of the firing line.
Daily Mirror: Paul Lambert believes Christian Benteke has proven himself to be the striker that Aston Villa have been crying out for.
Daily Star: Andreas Weimann feels his season is finally ready to take off after firing Villa into the semi-final of the Capital One Cup.
The Sun: Andreas Weimann wants to give Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert a splitting headache. Weimann, 21, said: "Selection dilemmas are what you need in any team."
Daily Mail: Andreas Weimann will give Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert a selection headache.
Daily Express: Andreas Weimann wants to get to the League Cup final to showcase Aston Villa's new young team to the country.
Sky Sports: Paul Lambert says working with Christian Benteke has been an "absolute dream" since the Belgian striker joined Aston Villa in the summer.
ESPN: Paul Lambert believes he could have a future England international on his hands in the shape of Ashley Westwood.
Express & Star: Andreas Weimann today urged his Villa team-mates to carry the momentum from their Capital One Cup quarter-final win into Saturday's game with Liverpool.
Best of the Rest
The Sun: Arsenal stars fear Arsene Wenger's relationship with his new assistant Steve Bould is breaking down.
BBC Sport: Chelsea manager Rafael Benitez insists the Club World Cup is a massive competition for his side.
The Sun: Ryan Giggs says Wayne Rooney is as happy making goals as scoring them — just like his former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.
*The extracts on this page are taken from various newspapers and media outlets. They do not necessarily reflect the views of Aston Villa.
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